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Early Readers: Sharks! Amazing Facts & Pictures of the Coolest Fish in the Sea! (Childrens Nonfiction Books)

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What happens if you stroke a shark on the nose? (You’ll be surprised!) Did you know that sharks don’t have any bones? And that most sharks never stop moving – not even when they sleep? Or that sharks’ skin is as rough as sandpaper? What about this: A shark can be crushed by its own weight if it is out of the water – How come? Now you and your child can discover the answers to t What happens if you stroke a shark on the nose? (You’ll be surprised!) Did you know that sharks don’t have any bones? And that most sharks never stop moving – not even when they sleep? Or that sharks’ skin is as rough as sandpaper? What about this: A shark can be crushed by its own weight if it is out of the water – How come? Now you and your child can discover the answers to these questions plus many more incredible facts about these amazing fish. While enjoying captivating full-color pictures of sharks of every shape, size, and color – scary sharks, big sharks, little sharks…and just plain WEIRD sharks! Kids ages 6 to 10 will love this easy-to-read book that improves their reading skills and enriches their scientific knowledge in a fun and entertaining way. So start reading about the fascinating world of sharks!


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What happens if you stroke a shark on the nose? (You’ll be surprised!) Did you know that sharks don’t have any bones? And that most sharks never stop moving – not even when they sleep? Or that sharks’ skin is as rough as sandpaper? What about this: A shark can be crushed by its own weight if it is out of the water – How come? Now you and your child can discover the answers to t What happens if you stroke a shark on the nose? (You’ll be surprised!) Did you know that sharks don’t have any bones? And that most sharks never stop moving – not even when they sleep? Or that sharks’ skin is as rough as sandpaper? What about this: A shark can be crushed by its own weight if it is out of the water – How come? Now you and your child can discover the answers to these questions plus many more incredible facts about these amazing fish. While enjoying captivating full-color pictures of sharks of every shape, size, and color – scary sharks, big sharks, little sharks…and just plain WEIRD sharks! Kids ages 6 to 10 will love this easy-to-read book that improves their reading skills and enriches their scientific knowledge in a fun and entertaining way. So start reading about the fascinating world of sharks!

36 review for Early Readers: Sharks! Amazing Facts & Pictures of the Coolest Fish in the Sea! (Childrens Nonfiction Books)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Brooklyn

    This would be a great book for early readers, especially kindergartners and first grade. It had a lot of pictures of different types of sharks. It's a great nonfiction book for children. I think this book is great because a lot of kids are scared of sharks and this educates them about sharks. The pictures were great and real photos. This would be a great book for early readers, especially kindergartners and first grade. It had a lot of pictures of different types of sharks. It's a great nonfiction book for children. I think this book is great because a lot of kids are scared of sharks and this educates them about sharks. The pictures were great and real photos.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ashleigh

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Non-Fiction book about sharks lexile level: 150L grade level: k-2

  3. 5 out of 5

    Annie Hammon

    350 L 7 - 8 years This is a book that focuses on sharks and different fish that are in the ocean. There are many fun pictures throughout the book that the stunts can look at.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Natalie Santangelo

    This is a fun book that will educate students! There are a lot of great pictures in the book along with facts people wouldn't know about sharks. I think this would be great in the classroom because it will educate students on what sharks are and where they come from since a lot of young people can be terrified of them. This could be a good book that wouldn't frighten children on sharks. This is a fun book that will educate students! There are a lot of great pictures in the book along with facts people wouldn't know about sharks. I think this would be great in the classroom because it will educate students on what sharks are and where they come from since a lot of young people can be terrified of them. This could be a good book that wouldn't frighten children on sharks.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kelsea Breedlove

    Early Readers: Sharks!, is an easy read nonfiction book that allows for young readers to start to learn about sharks. It answers questions, shows them diagrams, and facts about all different types of sharks. This book would be of great usage when students are starting to learn about different animal that live in the sea. They can pick a shark out the book, do research on that specific shark and then present it to the class allowing for everyone to participate and help self teach each other.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Emily Powers

    This book is a great nonfiction book about sharks. This book would be perfect for children in Kindergarten or First grade. The pictures in this book look so realistic and the students would be very intrigued into the book. I would use this in my classroom to teach my students about sharks and the ocean.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kaycie Fletcher

    Sharks is a nonfiction book with real pictures and facts about sharks. Kids love books about animals, and they love real pictures too. This book had some good facts in it, but was also an easy read for young students. I would like to use this book in a guided reading group, or as a center in a science station or something like that. I think that a lot can come from reading non fiction books.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Brooke

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Informational Grade Level: 1-2 Lexile Level: 190L-650L

  9. 4 out of 5

    Victoria M. Randall

    Great facts This book was very informative. My son really enjoyed learning about all the different types of sharks. He is going to use it for a book report.

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  21. 5 out of 5

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